Special Sub-Topic: You Went Where?
|You are standing in the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. Where are you?|
Montana and Alberta. Glacier National Park, Montana and Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada are linked to make the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. This beautiful park lies on the east side of the Rockies.
|Which Great lake has the Indian name "Kitchi gami" (or "Kitchi-gummi")?
|What area is part of the "Graveyard of the Atlantic"?|
Cape Hatteras, NC. The areas off the Outer Banks are very dangerous for shipping because of the shoals and strong winds blowing from the east.
|In which state is Tippecanoe?|
Indiana. The Tippecanoe river rises in northeast Indiana and flows into the Wabash river. General William Harrison defeated the Shawnee at the Battle of Tippecanoe in 1811.
|What is the rainiest place in the lower 48?|
Olympic Peninsula. The Olympic Peninsula is in the state of Washington. On the west is the Pacific Ocean and on the east Puget Sound.
|What was previously known as the Somers Islands?|
The Bermuda Islands. Bermuda lies east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. It is part of the British Commonwealth. The capital is Hamilton.
|Where is Mt. Baker?|
Washington. Mount Baker is in the Cascade Mountains of north-west Washington. It is a dormant volcano.
|What is the only Great Lake located completely in the USA?|
|Which state does NOT border Texas?|
|What is the site of North America's first planned city?|
New Haven, CT. New Haven, the first planned city in America, was designed in 1638.
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